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Book details
  • Genre:SELF-HELP
  • SubGenre:Personal Growth / Success
  • Language:English
  • Pages:226
  • Format:Paperback
  • Paperback ISBN:9781667825120

Teen Choices

How to Make Better Decisions

by Larry Shirer

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Overview
The teen years are tough! They are the time when youth are formed as persons. Young people are forced to deal with many choices. Some are difficult and have long-term implications. This book helps teens think about decision making, identify useful life values and principles, develop practical, relevant skills and prepare themselves for making effective choices. It encourages them to focus on what really matters, to establish priorities and act on those priorities.
Description
The teen years are tough! They are the time when youth are formed as persons. Young people are forced to deal with many choices. Some are difficult and have long-term implications. This book helps teens think about decision making, identify useful life values and principles, develop practical, relevant skills and prepare themselves for making effective choices. It encourages them to focus on what really matters, to establish priorities, and act on those priorities. This book encourages young people to think about decision making and helps them: • understand and appreciate what a significant role decision making plays in their lives. • develop an effective process for improving the quality of their decisions. • think through and select the assumptions and context within which they make decisions. • understand some of the relevant concerns and considerations that impact the quality of their choices. • Identify and effectively deal with some life-shaping decisions. • appreciate how making better decisions can improve the quality of their lives. • make better decisions!
About the author
Larry Shirer – Bio: I earned a BBA from Ohio University and an MBA from the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration. I have held responsible positions with several companies, including serving as Vice President and General Manager of a $25,000,000 division of a New York Stock Exchange listed company. My career includes two stints with Management Consulting firms, during which I helped owners of small and medium sized businesses enhance the performance of their enterprises, by improving their decision making skills. I am deeply committed to learning and have been consistently involved in personal development through reading and attending classes in philosophy, morality and spirituality. I have also taught part-time at the university level. Since semi-retiring, I have worked as a commercial real estate broker and have self-published four books.. I have been actively involved in community service activities, including serving as Chairman of the United Way Board of Directors, Chairman of the Board of Directors of a local Soup Kitchen and Treasurer of a Mental Health Board. I delivered lectures at the College of Wooster Lay Academy of Religion on two different occasions. I helped rear five mature, responsible offspring and closely observed the rearing of nine grandchildren. Serving as a mentor to junior high and high school youth keeps me involved with young people. My website at www.larryspointstoponder.com, includes two blogs, one about Native American Values and Virtues, and the other focused on the "Points to Ponder – How to Live a Meaningful Life" theme.
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